At the age of 19, Saverio’s passion for food promptly began to unfold. With humble beginnings, he decided to attend Birnham College to become a professional chef. Saverio then spent two years working at a deli in New York where he refined his culinary skills. In 2001, he returned home, became part owner in a franchise till he actualised his dream of Bottega Café. Bottega, meaning ‘little workshop’ in Italian, was opened in 2006. Today the ‘little workshop’ serves all meals, from superb breakfast to stunning dinners. Bottega is a definite must visit for luscious meals made by a chef who is deeply passionate about great food.
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Bottega Café is located on 4th Avenue in Parkhurst.
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We’d avoided Botega Café in Parkhurst for some years because we felt they charged too much and delivered too little, but we tried them again last weekend and were quite simply blown away. Firstly...
Some dishes were a hit and some were a miss. Definitely order the pork ribs, crazy huge portions and tasted delicious. All of us agreed it was a winner. For dessert, get the panna cotta, it was...
Traveling in South Africa for the first time and this was the first restaurant I ate it - American's may not be familiar with South African game but try everything when you're there. The spring Bok...